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11/07/2018 13:02:46

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Interpellation of PM confirmed
The interpellation session of Prime Minister Lafontant which was in continuation http://www.icihaiti.com/en/news-24843-icihaiti-politic-weekly-review-of-activities-in-parliament.html is set for Saturday, July 14, 2018 at 10:00 am This provision was taken following an emergency meeting convened by the Chamber of Deputies to unblock the situation. "The Prime Minister is a great doctor. The Nation will be grateful to him, but as Prime Minister he has had his day," said Deputy Gary Bodeau, Speaker of the Lower House on a radio station on Tuesday.

Russia 2018, Final results 1/2
Tuesday, July 10th:

France - Belgium [1-0]

GOALS:

France: S. Umtiti 51 '(qualified for the final against the winner of the match Croatia - England) which will take place this Wednesday 11 July at 20:00 (Moscow time)

Belgium: will play Saturday, July 14 in Saint Petersburg for 3rd place against the loser of the match Croatia - England

Date of the 2018 Russia World Cup Final: Sunday, July 15th

Return to normal at the airport
Toussaint Louverture International Airport is operating again as usual and reports that its operations at the level of airlines are following their normal course and that all flights have resumed (Bahamasair has announced the resumption of its flights to Haiti).

Dossier of the entrepreneurs victim
President Jovenel Moïse announced the creation of an Interministerial Commission to address the issue of entrepreneurs who were victims of the last protests in the country on 6 and 7 July 2018.

For its part, the Association of Industries of Haiti (ADIH) invites its members victims of acts of vandalism last weekend to make findings (minutes) with judges of peace and to put in writing all the complaints. It is important that this be done in the rules in order to constitute a file which will take place of legal and formal claim. The ADIH remains at your disposal.

Situation of the embassies

Embassy of the United States :
The U.S. Embassy in Haiti will be open for routine and emergency American Citizen Services beginning on July 11. Individuals with prior-scheduled ACS appointments for July 11 may come to the Embassy at their appointment time. Those who had ACS appointments for July 9 and 10 will be contacted for rescheduling. The Embassy remains closed for nonimmigrant and immigrant visa services. To reschedule your visa appointment, please call 509-2812-2929 (Haiti) or 1-703-544-7842 (U.S.)

Embassy of Canada :
The Canadian Embassy in Haiti will remain closed this Wednesday, July 11.

French Embassy :
The security situation throughout the metropolitan area of Port-au-Prince, which had deteriorated sharply last weekend, is gradually returning to normal. However, one must remain vigilant in his movements, especially in the province where roadblocks can still exist with opportunistic elements practicing the racket of vehicles. It is therefore preferable to suspend, unless imperative, any travel project in Haiti and for people on the spot to exercise the utmost caution. In case of emergency, the French Embassy in Haiti can be reached on 31 90 41 11 (+509 31 90 41 11 from France).

"The situation remains tense and volatile"
Farhan Haq, deputy spokesman for António Guterres, UN Secretary-General, said at a press briefing that "[...] the situation remains tense and volatile following the suspension by Prime Minister Lafontant on Saturday, of the fuel price increase. The MINUJUSTH encourages all actors to engage in constructive dialogue to find a peaceful solution to the situation. The police component of the Mission has contributed to the elimination of roadblocks to ensure access to key roads and will continue to coordinate closely with the relevant authorities if the situation requires it."

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